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Guest Author - Hellie T.

Eastgrove Garden

This five acre garden in Worcestershire is set beside a 17th Century cottage and is a lovely example of an English cottage garden with many traditional features.
It is celebrating its 30th year in 2005 and has a nursery that sells a wide range of herbaceous plants, all propagated by the owners themselves.

Look out for the photos of the white and dark tulips and herbaceous borders in full flower. There are some lovely shots that show inspiring colour combinations, especially using grey leaved plants as a foil.

To take a look at some of its many plants,then click on a small picture to enlarge it.





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This content was written by Hellie T.. If you wish to use this content in any manner, you need written permission. Contact Carol Chernega for details.

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